The National Museum of Modern Art
The National Museum of Modern Art was opened in 1952 as Japan's first-ever national art museum. Since then, the Crafts Gallery and the National Film Centre have also been opened. These three facilities offer a wide range of activities, including the collection and preservation of works of art, craft and film, as well as related materials, surveys and research on these works and exhibitions and screenings organised for the public.
The Imperial Palace
An amazing complex that extends over a staggering one million square metres in this most crowded of cities. Three areas are usually open to the public: the Outer Garden, the Eastern Imperial Garden and Kitanomaru Park. These can be reached from the central exit of Tokyo Station's Marunouchi side or Otemachi on the Chiyoda subway line.
Tokyo National Museum
The largest museum in Japan with also the largest collection of Japanese art in the world.
The National Science Museum
National Museum of Japanese History
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art
Sugino Costume Museum